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Deformation and ortho block

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In this tab You will be able to create surface deformation analysis and Ortho photo from point clouds information.

Deformation and ortho block
[Surface DEF]– creates surface deformation analysis of selected area.
[Vertical DEF] – analyzes vertical deformation according to statistically counted vertical base plane. Base plane is positioned in the mass center of the original point cloud surface.
[Custom DEF] – analyzes surface deformation by defined line, considered as a base plane.
[Pick Values] – annotates deformation values on picked on image.
[Ortho Actual]– creates orthophoto image of an actual point cloud surface size.
[Ortho Projected] – creates orthophoto image of vertically projected point cloud surface.
[Ortho Custom] – creates orthophoto image of vertically projected point cloud surface on a define line.
[Lines Vertical DEF] – Analyzes lines fitting to point clouds points creating vertical deformations images in active view section base.

Deformation Parameters

Allowed tolerance +-Tolerance between point cloud and detected plane.
Interval countIntervals from allowed tolerance value to selected interval size. Example below.
Interval sizeStep of deformation change.
LegendGenerates deformation analysis legend.
Imprint Scale BarScale bar is printed in the lower right corner on your analysis.

Example: Surface deformation with interval count- 20 and interval count- 6.

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Default converted table for inch/fractions/cm users.

cm0.641.271.912.543.183.814.455.085.726.356.997.628.268.899.5310.16
Fractions1/41/23/411 1/41 1/21 3/422 1/42 1/22 3/433 1/43 1/23 3/44
Inch0.250.50.7511.251.51.7522.252.52.7533.253.53.754

Orthophoto Parameters

Imprint Scale BarScale bar is printed in the lower right corner on your analysis.
Only loaded visible point cloud pointsGenerates orthophoto only from the currently visible cloud points.
Full resolution point cloud densityGenerates orthophoto from full point cloud points of view section, no matter how many points you see on the sample result.
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